£50 worth of stamps for £42.40 & 452 Tesco clubcard points (worth upto £18.08 on deals) Delivered.
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£50 worth of stamps for £42.40 & 452 Tesco clubcard points (worth upto £18.08 on deals) Delivered.

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Found 19th Aug 2012
Stock up for Christmas!
7 books of 1st class stamps
You have to create a new account for the £10 off (code XXD4KL)
USE CODE GRFTHJ for extra 400 points.
Select cheapest delivery/collection slot usually £2.

Also possible £5 through quidco for new sign up.
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I remember when first class stamps were less than 10p
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Also, bags of chips were 11p at that time
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Hmmm... thinking about it, we also won the title that year.
Oh well.
whatsThePoint

easier for me to just go and buy 1 for 41p


Where are they for 41p like?
whatsThePoint

easier for me to just go and buy 1 for 41p



I guess if you only send one Christmas card then yeah, it would be easier.
cant even see where the option is to pick up, or enter codes
whatsThePoint

theres a clue if you look slightly to the left of this text


Oh right, I just thought that was some random logo ha ha, my bad :-).
Isn't it a bit embarrassing whilst most people have fresh groceries, tinned goods, frozen foods, beers wines and spirits, other beverages, and even boxed cereal products delivered... my Tesco delivery man brings a few stamps....
Oh and the cheapest delivery I can find is £3 that is going as far ahead as 9th September!
Can't you get them to use one of your stamps, and post it?
The driver would be chuffed, they get a certain time per delivery
You don't get clubcard points with stamps? And you can't use two different start up codes on tesco GHS so it's either £10 off or the points
How many stamps are in each book?
Cheapest delivery is £3 and the nearest collection point is over 10 miles away.
nice
Stamps are legal tender and can be used to pay for goods providing unused
marky01

Stamps are legal tender and can be used to pay for goods providing unused



Good luck in paying for a chinese takaway
marky01

Stamps are legal tender and can be used to pay for goods providing unused



lol. ... but so nice of you to join us today...;)
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marky01

Stamps are legal tender and can be used to pay for goods providing unused



Why don't you try buying another £50 worth of stamps with £42.40 of your stamps then, and continue to infinity. Infinite stamps for £42.40!

marky01

Stamps are legal tender and can be used to pay for goods providing unused



No they're not, though shops can choose to accept them if they wish as they can with Euros, USD or even buttons.
parpirate

No they're not, though shops can choose to accept them if they wish as … No they're not, though shops can choose to accept them if they wish as they can with Euros, USD or even buttons.



Whats the going exchange rate on buttons these days?
Thanks!!!
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kobos

Whats the going exchange rate on buttons these days?



I believe they're like coins. Depends on the size and the colour.
kobos

Whats the going exchange rate on buttons these days?



Would be up to the shop since you'd be exchanging them for goods not money, all a shop transaction is is a trade usually where the customer offers money in exchange for goods. There's nothing stopping a shop accepting items other than money for their goods.
Anyone posted a Packet recently (i.e. a letter slightly bigger than A4 or over 25mm thick) - £2.70! oO
Erin31811

You don't get clubcard points with stamps? And you can't use two … You don't get clubcard points with stamps? And you can't use two different start up codes on tesco GHS so it's either £10 off or the points



You can use many codes as you like on a Tesco shop the only ones you can't use more than one of in one transaction are the XX codes you can only use one of those, as the second code is GR then this would work

No points on these either

** Sorry you can't collect points on tobacco or tobacco related … ** Sorry you can't collect points on tobacco or tobacco related products, lottery, stamps, prescription medicines, infant formulae milk, Tesco Gift Cards, saving stamps, Esso fuel, in store concessions, Paypoint payments or for purchases of some Tesco Bank products.


Edited by: "Rich44" 20th Aug 2012
whatsThePoint

where does it cost that much



The post office. Sending a normal letter that was only slightly bulky cost me 90p oO
parpirate

No they're not, though shops can choose to accept them if they wish as … No they're not, though shops can choose to accept them if they wish as they can with Euros, USD or even buttons.


Shops don't even have to accept 1p/2p coins above 20p.

Source
skipster3000

Shops don't even have to accept 1p/2p coins above 20p.Source



I'm glad the newsagents near me didn't know about that then, I used to go in and buy £1 worth of penny sweets in coppers.
Cold,no points on stamps.
anneclark97

Cold,no points on stamps.



Haha funny!
whatsThePoint

where does it cost that much



er, at the post office! >click here<

Edited by: "burky69" 20th Aug 2012
Thanks for this. Got the clubcard points, £10.00 off. Bought 2nd class stamps instead for my business!! Saved £8.40 on 120 stamps.

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marky01

Stamps are legal tender and can be used to pay for goods providing unused



no they're not.
skipster3000

Shops don't even have to accept 1p/2p coins above 20p.




...and not even then.

Copper coins are only legal tender up to 20p but legal tender only has meaning in terms of debts, fines, etc. Not regular purchases.

So if you go into a newsagents and buy a bag of sweets then how the transaction is paid for is entirely a matter for the newsagent and you. If the newsagent wants to accept pennies in any amount, that's up to them. If they don't want to accept £50 notes (which are legal tender to any amount) then that's up to them too. If they want to accept buttons, stamps, euros or whatever, as long as you both agree on it then that's fine. You can't insist the newsagent to accept the pennies even up 20p (although most would, of course, accept them).

However if you take the example of a parking fine then you may not be able to pay a £60 fine in pennies as legal tender applies here and pennies aren't legal tender above 20p. You may be able to pay but you couldn't insist on doing so.
paul.jacobs

Good luck in paying for a chinese takaway



The only thing you would be able to pay for at the post office is to send parcels and use the stamps ..................... nothing else
We had someone come into the post office a few days before the stamps went up, and asked if they brought a load of stamps before would we buy them back the following week !! really took some strength not to laugh
Villa

Also, bags of chips were 11p at that time



Mind you - the
Villa

Also, bags of chips were 11p at that time



Yes, but the men at the front had all the eggs. And there were no bananas.
Villa

Hmmm... thinking about it, we also won the title that year.Oh well.



Alright there, Granddad?
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